Join us for “Autism 208: How to Access and Implement ABA Services in Schools,” a virtual event providing background information about the current state of applied behavior analysis (ABA) practices in our school systems as well as an overview of what these services may look like. It will also highlight the new School Behavior Analyst credential and how to effectively advocate for services, including ABA in public schools.
This month’s Autism 200 lecture will be available through Facebook Live on Seattle Children’s and Seattle Children’s Autism Center’s Facebook pages. Presenters include Arzu Forough, executive director of Washington Autism Alliance Advocacy; and Elizabeth Hatzenbuhler, MS, BCBA, Seattle Children’s Autism Center.
Date: September 17, 2020
Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Pacific time
Time will be reserved for audience questions and discussion at the end of the lecture. Questions can be submitted through the comments on the Facebook Live.
Due to the reasonable caution surrounding reducing the spread of COVID-19, this month’s Autism 200 lecture will be only available online through Facebook Live. Please note that there will be no in-person attendance and anyone coming to the hospital will not be permitted entrance to this class. Thanks to everyone for your understanding. Further announcements regarding future Autism 200 lectures will be forthcoming.
Learn more about and view Seattle Children’s Autism 200 Series: Autism 200 Series